HERST Minister visits DWU

Minister of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology (HERST) Honourable Mr Malakai Tabar visited Divine Word University on Friday 8th May, 2015.

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PM commends DWU growth

Prime Minister Peter O'Neill has praised Divine Word University for its continued growth and development in its 19 years of existence as a university.

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Higher education should partner business

Institutions of higher education in Papua New Guinea should develop partnerships with the business sector to benefit from the synergy of such engagements.

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Students praised on Open Day

Divine Word University staged another informative and fun-filled Open Day at the Madang Campus on Sunday 3rd May, 2015.

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Open day set

Divine Word University will stage its annual Open Day at its Madang campus on Sunday 3rd May, 2015.

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Justice administration diploma launched

The Department of Justice and Attorney General and Divine Word University (DWU) have launched the Diploma in Justice Administration program at the Madang campus of the University on Friday 10th April, 2015.

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Cisco trains DWU staff

Staff members of Divine Word University (DWU) have attained certificates from Cisco Systems Inc after successfully completing its training modules recently.

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Graduates join the military

The current modernisation and expansion program of the Papua New Guinea Defence Force is being boosted by the recruitment of university graduates in recent months.

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Japanese keen on PNG

Following the first shipment of the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) cargo from the US$19 billion Papua New Guinea LNG project to Japan in May last year more Japanese businessmen are interested in the country as a potential investment destination.

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Think globally, graduates told

Graduates from Divine Word University (DWU) have been called on to develop a global perspective of changes taking place in Papua New Guinea and understand the linkages in a globalising world.

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Great minds have purpose

Great minds have a purpose in life and Divine Word University (DWU) graduates must have a purpose to achieve things for themselves, their families and their country.

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Government commends DWU growth

The Government of Papua New Guinea has acknowledged the exceptional development of Divine Word University since becoming a university in 1996.

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